I'm working on the talloc package, and it installs this file when
building python3 bindings:
I can't put that literally in a d/<pkg>.install file, because of the
architecture. The path component after usr/lib can be replaced by "*",
but using "*" for the bit in the filename seems it could match
something else by mistake:
So I thought about using dh-exec, just like
suggests, but that didn't work.
The silly problem is that the triplet x86_64-linux-gnu as a directory
is not the same triplet used in the filename: x86_64-linux-gnu !=
x86-64-linux-gnu ("-" vs "_")
Is there a neat solution to this, other than using "*" for the architecture?
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